About Temple Torat Emet Men’s Club
As a club, we are affiliated with the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC), a group of over 250 clubs with over 20,000 members in Conservative/Masorti synagogues around the world, we fulfill the needs of men like you. We come together to get involved in Jewish living and help address family and community concerns, in a spirit of camaraderie and fun.
Together, we sponsor blood drives; visit the sick; tutor children; build sukkot; and engage in serious discussions about being a man in an increasingly egalitarian world. We cultivate volunteers and train leaders; find jobs for those in need; sponsor parent-child activities and athletic events; help families learn to make Shabbat, read Hebrew, commemorate Yom HaShoah, and put on tefillin. We help raise needed funds for our synagogue, our community, and the global Conservative/Masorti Movement.
Ongoing Men’s Club Activities
Men’s Club Board: Meets the first (1st) Thursday of the month
Men’s Club Breakfast: Meets the third (3rd) Sunday of the month at 9:30 am. Come out, enjoy breakfast and informative speakers
Men`s Club Member Dinner
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 7:00 pm
$25, RSVP by Feb 2, Click here for registration
Football Pool– Game Day February 4, 2018
Register at http://football.ttemc.org/
World Wide Wrap
Join Men`s Club and thousands of other Jews around the world on Superbowl Sunday as we all put on tefillin.
After services we will enjoy refreshments and wraps.
Wrapping starts at 8:30 am
Shacharit Service at 9:00 am
15th annual Man Of The Year / Youth Of The Year Reception – November 19
Date Night in the Sukkah – October 9
Jewish Heritage Day at Marlins Park – September 3
Yellow Candle Packing – March 26th
Men’s Club Shabbat 2016 – click here to see the Shabbat Bulletin
On Sunday, January 17, the Men’s Club breakfast had an informative presentation from the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office’s VAST group. VAST stands for “Volunteers Against Scams Team,” and they informed us on a number of scams that were taking place in our very own neighborhoods. A number of us in the audience also shared our experiences (some striking very close to home). We have made available scanned images of some of the information that was handed out to us at the meeting, and can be found below:
211 Sunshine Telephone Reassurance
Senior Guide to Community Services
Taking Charge – What to Do if Your Identity is Stolen